Frequently Asked Question List for TeX


Making HTML of your Bibliography

A neat solution is offered by the noTeX bibliography style. This style produces a bbl file which is in fact a series of HTML P elements of class noTeX, and which may therefore be included in an HTML file. Provision is made for customising your bibliography so that its content when processed by noTeX is different from that presented when it is processed in the ordinary way by (La)TeX.

A thorough solution is offered by bib2xhtml; using it, you make use of one of its modified versions of many common BibTeX styles, and post-process the output so produced using a perl script.

A more conventional translator is the awk script bbl2html, which translates the bbl file you’ve generated: a sample of the script’s output may be viewed on the web, at

FAQ ID: Q-htmlbib